Spring Addition Activities for First Grade
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Spring Addition Activities for First Grade

Spring Math Activities Spring Addition Activities for Kindergarten and First Grade are the perfect addition to your Spring schedule. I don’t know about you, but I am so glad that Spring is here! One of my favorite parts about this time of the year is incorporating elements of it into worksheets and activities.  Foundational Math…

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Introduction to Measurement

Helping students with beginning measurement is so important in developing their future math skills. To begin, having a strong introduction to measurement for 1st and 2nd grade students can make a huge difference in their foundational understanding of this important skill! Get started with this introduction to measurement for 1st and 2nd grade students. Identifying…

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Teaching 10 More and 10 Less in 6 Easy Steps

Understanding place value is important for first graders.  Learning to add and subtract by ten (and then later one-hundred) can be easy to master if kids understand that only one number changes within the number.  Here’s the good news. . . I have some fun foolproof ways to help your students master this important skill….

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Ideas to Spark your Thanksgiving Math for the Elementary Classroom with Some Fact Freebies

Want to keep your kids engaged during math centers during Thanksgiving Celebrations? Here are some ideas and a few Math Fact freebies  Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays to celebrate with my kiddos because of the great opportunities to celebrate gratitude.  I love practicing gratitude through journals.  It is also a time for turkeys,…

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Winter Math Fact Resources for the Elementary Classroom with a FREEBIE

These winter math fact resources are an engaging, hands-on way to get your students working on their addition or multiplication facts while having fun. First up is the winter addition color by number. What child doesn’t love to color? (Heck, what adult doesn’t?!?) So let them! And you won’t have to worry about your administrator walking…